This is a small poem dedicated to those strong people amongst us,who chose to fight against the destiny rather than to sit and take sympathy.
When I was Born
When I was born,
everybody came to see me,
They congratulated my mummy,
But not with happiness.
My mummy and Daddy were happy,
I could feel it,
My Daddy would take me to the beach and describe it.
My mummy would cook delicious food,
the aroma of which,would make me hungry.
I was determined,
when Daddy would describe the beach,that one day,
he would be proud of my achievements.
I was determined,
when I would inhale the aroma,of my Mummy’s cooking,
that one day Mummy would smell the sweetness of my success.
And today, I have done it,
My Daddy is proud of me,
My Mummy is happy with my Success.
I was born without Sight but I did not loose my Vision.
As a mother I can understand the pain a parent goes through, when the society finds faults in our child. It is time now, that we all encourage our children despite the oddities they have to face in life. If they can do it…so can we. You do not need money and influence or luck to succeed in life. There are a few people who have made their parents proud even despite not being able to see.
It is easy for us to sit and sympathise with those children, who are born with physical disabilities but tough to make them as a part of our society. It takes immense courage and love to raise such children and make them successful in life. They do not need our sympathy, but they do need our love and support.
This National Anthem is a dedication to all those in our society, who have achieved great heights, despite having lost their sight and not vision. Do have a look at this video to know about these achievers.
The said video features:
Kanchan Pamnani – Advocate and Solicitor, Bombay High Court
She practises mainly in the field of corporate, testamentary, property and disability law. Her clients include Indian multi-nationals, NRIs investing in India, Indian Financial Institutions, private and public trusts, high net worth individuals and NGOs working in the field of disability.Pamnani completed her graduation from Sydenham College and did her LLB from Government Law College.
Nidhi Goyal – Social Activist and Stand up Comedian
Nidhi Goyal is an Indian disability and gender rights activist who has been appointed to the UN Women Executive Director’s advisory group. Goyal is the founder and director of Mumbai-based NGO Rising Flame and works in the areas of sexuality, gender, health and rights for women and girls with disabilities. She is also the first blind female stand-up comedian in India.
Charudutta Jadhav – International Chess Master
Dharmarajan Iyer – Indian Economic Services
Harish Kotian – First IT Programmer
Bhavesh Patel – Photographer
Amarjit Singh Chawla – 61 year old Marathon Runner
Indian Army’s Rakhi Sister
Krishna Seth – International Taekwondo Champion
Udaan – India’s First Visually Impaired Band.
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